Series on Emission Scenario Documents

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2311-4606 (online)
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This is a selection of the Emission Scenario Document (ESDs) and Guidance documents related to ESDs. OECD has been working mainly on environmental exposure assessment for more than 10 years by developing a series of Emission Scenario Documents (ESDs) and other guidance documents and tools related to exposure of chemicals to the environment.

 
Insecticides, Acaricides and Products to Control Other Arthropods for Household and Professional Uses

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03 Sep 2014
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188
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9789264221123 (PDF)
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This Emission Scenario Document (ESD) is intended to provide information to be used for risk
assessment for active substances and products used as biocidal (i.e. non agricultural) insecticides, acaricides and products to control other arthropods (in the EU, product type 18 [PT18] c).

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Overview and purpose of this document 13
-1.1 Steps identified for the life cycle of insecticides14
Chapter 2. General information about non-agricultural insecticides and their application modes 16
-2.1. Target organisms: insects and others arthropods 16
-2.2 Exposure route to insecticides for target organisms 23
-2.3 The different forms of insecticides 23
-2.4 Materials and modes of application 25
-2.5 Users/applicators of biocidal insecticides 35
-2.6 Building type 35
-2.7 Simultaneity factor 38
Chapter 3. Indoor applications 41
-3.1 Release pathways 41
-3.2 Release estimations for mixing / loading step 42
-3.3 Releases estimations for indoor applications 47
-3.4 Emission models for indoor treatments 65
-3.5 Releases at the local scale 96
Chapter 4. Scenarios for outdoor applications 102
-4.1 Release pathways to the environment 102
-4.2 Releases estimation for outdoor mixing/loading step 106
-4.3 Releases estimation for outdoor application scenarios 107
-4.4 Emission models for outdoor scenarios 134
Chapter 5. Exposure scenarios for secondary poisoning to wild birds and mammals 149
-5.1 Introduction149
-5.2 First tier exposure assessment: general approach and calculation of the estimated
theoretical exposition (ETE) 150
-5.3 Second tier assessment: options for refinement 162
Chapter 6. References 164
Chapter 7. Appendices 167
-7.1 Appendix 1: Some active substance in insecticide formulations 167
-7.2 Appendix 2: Emission factors to the applicator during the application step by spraying 171
-7.3 Appendix 3: Estimates of fall – time for various droplet sizes 175
-7.4 Appendix 4: Details emission factors to the applicator during the application step by
spraying 175
-7.5 Appendix 5: Summary of variables in text and equations 176

 
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